CHS Ladies, Iota Lady Dogs log victories
Crowley's Alanna Plummer pulls up for a shot during a recent game. Plummer scored 21 points in the Ladies' 53-44 victory over Washington Marion Tuesday.
CROWLEY – Alanna Plummer and Myah Rogers combined for 39 points Tuesday to help lead the Crowley Ladies to a 53-44 victory over Washington Marion Indians.
The victory was the Ladies’ first in District 4-4A play and lifted them to 5-13 overall.
The Lady Indians actually jumped up to a 13-7 advantage in the first quarter, but Rogers poured in eight of her 18 points in the second frame to lead the Ladies on a 16-4 run.
Plummer, who finished with a team-high 21 points, poured in seven points in the third quarter but the Lady Indians rallied to cut the deficit to 32-31 at the end of the frame.
The Ladies responded with a 21-point fourth quarter to put the game away.
Plummer and Rogers combined for 11 points in the final eight minutes.
Breaux finished the night with six points while Nykeila Winters and Taylor Dapremont each had four.
Ashley Cherry led the Lady Indians with 22 points.
The Ladies return to action on Friday when they travel to Lake Charles to take on LaGrange in another league contest.
Indians blow past Gents
CROWLEY – Washington Marion outscored Crowley High 30-8 in the first quarter and never looked back in a dominating 79-49 victory over the Gents Tuesday.
The loss sent the Gents to 3-8 on the season and 0-3 in District 4-4A play. The Indians improved to 12-2 and 3-0.
The Gents had no answer for sophomore forward and Baylor verbal commitment Mack Vital, who poured in 11 points in the first quarter, 10 more in the third quarter and finished the night with 25 points.
The Indians went on to take a 46-18 advantage at the break and outscored the Gents 33-31 in the second half.
Marcus Williams and Jacq’co Price led the Gents offense with 15 and 14 points, respectively. Bryston Domino followed with 10 points and Mylan Stevens added six. Alex Domingue and Andre Larry rounded out the scoring with two points each.
Demond Delahoussaye was the Indians’ second leading scorer with 11 points.
Lady Dogs top Westlake
WESTLAKE – The Iota Lady Bulldogs got a balanced scoring attack and cruised to an easy 58-28 road victory over Westlake Tuesday.
The victory vaulted the Lady Dogs to 14-8 overall and 2-0 in District 4-3A play.
In all, nine Lady Dogs scored in the victory.
Jillian Boone led the charge with 14 points and Taylor DeVille had 10. Mallory Faul followed with nine points; Brittany Johnson scored eight; Whitney Landry had six and Alexis St. Andre had four. Cambri St. Andre added three points while Becca Fantroy and Madison Smith each had two points.
The Lady Dogs will be in action again on Friday when they travel to Jennings for another league contest.